Lancashire Group

Who are we and what do we do?

The AECB Lancashire Group was originally formed in 2010, holding a number of events over the next couple of years, running seminars, presentations, open house events and meetings.  The photo shows us at an open house visit to see work on a deep refurbishment project in Manchester.

Ideas and suggestions for the group are very welcome – please contact the group leader below.

Meet the group leaders

Peter Wilkinson is an architectural technologist and partner in architectural practice EcoDesign, and managing director of both Dales Contracts Ltd and Dales Renewables Ltd. Peter studied at Leeds College of Building and Leeds School of Architecture, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.  He is a qualified planning supervisor and a bench joiner, applying his practical knowledge and skills to the businesses. Dales Contracts became a member of the AECB in the association’s founding year of 1989 and Peter became an AECB trustee in 2003, holding the roles of Secretary to the Board, Treasurer & currently Chair & Company Secretary. Peter became a Passivhaus designer in 2009 and helped later that year set up the Passivhaus Trust (a wholly owned subsidiary of the AECB) and he represents the AECB on the board of the Trust.

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Aneaka has over ten years of experience working in environmental organisations and co-operatives, and has a Masters in Environmental Politics. She is experienced in hosting workshops, facilitation and community engagement. Aneaka is currently working to support and grow Carbon Co-op’s community

Email Aneaka

There are no upcoming events at this time

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    James Allen

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    To all AECB Lancashire group members.

    As we are resurrecting the Lancashire group, we are looking for ideas to get us up & running again. Would members like to meet up to discuss future plans? I can give a short talk on some of the things going on with the AECB but it would be great to meet up & discuss what you are all doing & some of the issues you are interested in.

    Could I take the opportunity to encourage you all to consider attending this years conference in Hereford. Please have a look at the programme. The sessions look really interesting & the planned visits to local buildings are always popular.

    Peter Wilkinson

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